Sri Lanka war crimes and Genocide against Tamils Web reports

Introduction Sri Lanka has been mired in ethnic conflict since it received independence from Great Britain in 1948. After centuries of colonial rule, under which the Tamil and Sinhalese territories were primarily administered separately, political power was distributed to the Sinhalese upon independence. Sri Lanka’s Sinhalese, the dominant ethnicity on the island, immediately began—and indeed…

Rajiv Gandhi’s War Crimes

India & the Struggle for Tamil Eelam நெற்றிக்கண் திறப்பினும் குற்றம் குற்றமே…உண்மைகள் ஒருபோதும் உறங்குவதில்லை, உறங்கவும் கூடா… Truth never sleeps – and it should not… The Indian Army Launches Attack This account was written by a Tamil resident in London, who visited his homeland for the first time after five years and details the happenings in Jaffna…

Blake, architect of Tamil tragedy, spectator to genocide

[TamilNet, Friday, 22 February 2013, 22:22 GMT] Blinded by the 9/11 terror and impelled by the perceived need for swift action against “terrorism,” the US-led International Community, made two serious miscalculations in Sri Lanka war: By allowing unhindered space for Sri Lanka’s final military thrust, they misjudged Sinhala society’s willing capacity to inflict bestial, savage…

Sri Lanka’s War on Eelam Tamils

by Nadesan Satyendra in TamilNation archives, last updated 2009 INDICTMENT AGAINST SRI LANKA  இனம் ஒன்று அழிவதா,  இதை நாம் பொறுப்பதா… “…. suffering in common unifies more than joy does. Where national memories are concerned, griefs are of more value than triumphs, for they impose duties, and require a common effort. A nation is therefore a large-scale solidarity, constituted…